Master of Laws (LL.M)

(Course Outline)
The program aims to provide broad education in law and academic disciplines. It aims to develop in students a wide appreciation of relevant subjects and of their importance rigorous academic challenges of current law, and to train them to be excellent law practitioners. The student will be engaged in private practice, or work for government or law agencies. Their training in the Program gives them the preparation they need to solve the challenging tax problems they encounter. The program focuses on developing the capabilities to identify and grow new opportunities and integrates theoretical knowledge with the capacity to apply such knowledge in practice and innovation and the practice of innovation leadership. There are formal final examinations in most subjects and all works carried out in the program are considered in the overall assessment. A satisfactory record of class work will also be required at each stage.
Duration of the Program:
The duration of the program will be 1 (one) academic year.
Total Credit Hours Requirement:
Master of Laws (LL. M) program consists of 12 courses having 42 credit hours with project and thesis.
Program Structure:
Graduation:

SL Course Code Course Title Cr.Hr.
1 ALT 413 Advanced Legal Theory 3
2 CCLS 541 Comparative Constitutional Law of South Asia 3
3 CSL 415 Companies and Securities Law 3
4 DST 423 Dissertation 6
5 IEL 419 International Environmental Law 3
6 IHL 422 International Humanitarian Law 3
7 IPL 421 Intellectual Property Law 3
8 IRL 420 International Refugee Law 3
9 IRM 422 Introduction to Research Methodology 3
10 JOP 421 Juvenile Offences and Protection 3
11 LHR 415 Law of Human Rights 3
12 LHR 425 Law of Human Rights 3
13 LIO 418 Law of International Organisation 3
14 LIO 430 Law of International Organizations 3
15 LOS 416 Law of the Sea 3
16 PCL 416 Principle of Civil Litigation 3
17 PCL 417 Principle of Civil Litigation 3
18 PI 417 Principle of Interpretation 3
19 PIL 414 Private International Law 3
20 SALH 414 South Asian Legal History 3